The final in her “core” trilogy, “CoreCore” again revels in the grunting syncopation of breakcore, but mixes it with an altogether softer touch. As well as the classic Public-Enemy-meets-the-Seinfeld-theme opening track, O’Kneel incorporates several of her more psychedelic-drone live tracks (created with a CDJ and a buncha guitar pedals). Although, there’s still plenty of filthy breakcore (including the cookie-monster-metal-mashup “C is For Satan”), this final in the “core” trilogy sees her wrapping up the series with a focus on what breakcore can become, rather than what it already is. Interwebmegalink-approved.
Featuring: The Seinfeld theme, Public Enemy, David Bowie, Metallica, The Beach Boys, Black Sabbath, Cookie Monster, Morbid Angel, Anal Cunt, Manowar, Darkthrone, Jimi Hendrix, Bjork, Cypress Hill, Rob E-G, Blood Duster, The Black Eyed Peas, Black Box, Kyuss, The Beatles, and the Velvet Underground.